Category Archives: National Review

Call me unchivalrous.

After due consideration I have decided to adopt the label unchivalrous Christian.  The label is more accurate than anti-feminist Christian, or traditional Christian, because antifeminist and traditional Christians almost always stress chivalry as their strategy for fighting against feminism.  Yet … Continue reading

Posted in Chivalry, Costa Concordia, Courtly Love, Crossdressing Theology, De Amore, Death of courtship, Disrespecting Respectability, Fantasy vs Reality, Headship, National Review, New Morality, Romantic Love, Servant Leader, Submission, Titanic, Traditional Conservatives, Turning a blind eye | 154 Comments

Tucker Carlson’s dangerous wedge.

Last week Tucker Carlson broke a carefully guarded conservative taboo and called out our elites for their role in destroying american families.  Much of the reaction has been a predictable demand to stop holding our elites accountable and get back … Continue reading

Posted in Denial, Fatherhood, Jim Geraghty, National Review, The Atlantic, Traditional Conservatives, Tucker Carlson, Turning a blind eye, Vox Day, W. Bradford Wilcox, Weak men screwing feminism up | 210 Comments

The coward’s way out.

Kevin Williamson at National Review writes in Advice for Incels: In the 1960s and 1970s, there were some social disruptions touching marriage and family life. It was, they told us, a “sexual revolution.” The thing about revolutions is: Somebody loses. … Continue reading

Posted in Instapundit, National Review, Traditional Conservatives, Turning a blind eye | 150 Comments

No respect.

Vox Day has created a bit of a stir with his post Low morale men.  If you read the post, you will notice that there are two groups of men Vox doesn’t respect: Men who do not marry and have … Continue reading

Posted in Disrespecting Respectability, Envy, Fatherhood, Manliness, Miserliness, National Review, The only real man in the room, Traditional Conservatives, Vox Day, W. Bradford Wilcox, Weak men screwing feminism up | 547 Comments

Lancelot and the gruesome demand for the Full Titanic Experience.

Five years ago this January the cruise ship Costa Concordia ran aground at 11:45 PM with 4,252 souls on board.  The engine compartments were quickly flooded, and the ship eventually capsized and sank.  Miraculously, all but 32 of the souls … Continue reading

Posted in Chivalry, Costa Concordia, Courtly Love, National Review, Sir Lancelot, Titanic, Traditional Conservatives | 116 Comments